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Várhelyi to Marković: I want Montenegro to be fully ready for the EU by the end of my term of office

Montenegro is leader in the European integration process. Joint goal is to speed that process up and to attach strategic importance to the WB integration, agreed Montenegro’s Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, Prime Minister of Italy, Mr Giuseppe Conte and European Commissioner for Enlargement, Mr Olivér Várhelyi during the CEI Summit which is taking place… READ MORE

Han: 2025. ambitious, but realistic goal

Han: 2025. ambitious, but realistic goal

European Commissioner for Enlargement Johannes Hahn believes that the year 2025, as a date for the possible reception of individual candidates from the Balkans is ambitious, but a realistic goal. “The president of the European Commission has stated, for some candidates, 2025 as a possible date of accession, which is realistic, although ambitious,” Han said… READ MORE

Junker expects Montenegro to enter the EU before 2025

Junker expects Montenegro to enter the EU before 2025

European Commission (EC) president Jean-Claude Juncker says he expects Montenegro and Serbia to become members of the European Union (EU) before 2025. “I believe that Serbia and Montenegro will be EU member states before 2025,” Juncker said when asked by the Tanjug news agency about the intentions of the Union, which are supposed to be… READ MORE

Montenegro and its reforms a role model for other countries

Montenegro and its reforms a role model for other countries

The reforms implemented by Montenegro are not only successful, but can serve as an example and a role model for other countries, former European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso told Prime Minister Dusko Markovic. PM Markovic met Barroso at Sveti Stefan within the Global Citizen Forum. Markovic expressed satisfaction because he met Barroso in Montenegro,… READ MORE

Economic passport must be approved by European Commission and World Bank

Economic passport must be approved by European Commission and World Bank

Montenegrin government must carefully implement the program of economic citizenship. Before any concepts are put forward, it must enter dialogue with European Commission, European Central Bank, World Bank, IFC, consultants and perhaps IMF. The government should also chose a credible partner, said Bruno Lakuje, executive director of Investment Migration Council, speaking to Pobjeda daily. “The… READ MORE

Montenegro the closest country to the EU membership

Montenegro the closest country to the EU membership

The government’s commitment is to complete accession negotiations by the end of its mandate and prepare the country for membership. Therefor we will direct all efforts and intensify the work of the entire state administration. So, we will do everything that is up to Montenegro, said Minister of European Affairs and Montenegro’s chief negotiator with… READ MORE